Army network center moves east

A subordinate unit of the recently created Army Network Enterprise Technology Command is being relocated from Fort Huachuca, Ariz., to Fort Belvoir, Va.

The Army Network Operations and Security Center will be located with the Army Intelligence and Security Command in the National Capital Region, according to a release. The move will be phased out over several months.

ANOSC was established in 2000 at Fort Huachuca but was folded into NETCOM as a subordinate command when NETCOM was approved last October.

The move will allow ANOSC to interact more with the Defense Information Systems Agency, Joint Task Force-Computer Network Operations, 1st Information Operations Command and Army Computer Emergency Response Team, officials said.

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